The Institute for Professional and Executive Development, Inc. (IPED) is a Washington, DC–based seminar company and affiliate of Nixon Peabody LLP that provides high-quality continuing education for professionals working in a variety of industries. IPED is best known for its conferences on topics such as affordable housing, community development, tax credits, renewable energy, and other aspects of government-assisted development. The instruction-based educational seminars are designed to serve professionals from many industries, including real estate development, accounting, law, government, management, energy, and financial services, including lending and equity investment.
IPED’s faculty members are nationally recognized authorities in their fields, and their informed presentations are complemented by extensive practical experience. Thousands of executives and professionals from across the United States have attended IPED programs. All on-site IPED conferences are eligible for CLE/CPE credit.
Founded in 1975 by Charles Edson and Bruce Lane, IPED was created to promote affordable housing and community development throughout the United States, and to educate industry participants. Both men are currently senior counsel at Nixon Peabody. IPED’s Board of Directors includes Nixon Peabody partners Rick Goldstein, Jeff Lesk, Herb Stevens, and Monica Sussman.